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'Transparent' Is Transfixing In Season 2

The acclaimed Amazon show about a transgender woman and her dysfunctional family has just returned for a second season. TV critic Eric Deggans praises the show's drama, nuance and complexity.
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Hours After San Bernardino Shooting, Muslim Community Condemned Attack

The Council on American-Islamic Relations held a press conference very early into the investigation into the attack. CAIR communications director Ibrahim Hooper explains why they moved so quickly.
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#MemeOfTheWeek: San Bernardino, Journalists And The #MuslimApartment

Cable news outlets broadcast a tour of the home of Syed Farook, suspect in the San Bernadino shooting. Some included images of drivers' licenses, and Social Security cards. The backlash was swift.
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Frenzied Media Pore Over Home Of San Bernardino Killers During Live Broadcasts

The landlord tells NPR that he allowed journalists into the Redlands, Calif., home of Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik after it was returned to his control by federal law enforcement officials.
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Media Broadcast Live Inside Suspected San Bernardino, Calif., Shooters' Home

On Friday, journalists were allowed into Syed Farook's apartment in Redlands, Calif. A tour of the home was broadcast live, including images of drivers' licenses, Social Security cards, and photographs.
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Acclaimed Documentary About Campus Rape Draws Critics Too

The Hunting Ground, shortlisted for next year's Oscars, has inspired a backlash — not only for its perspective but for the factual foundation on which it is based and its reporting methods.
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Climate Change, Exxon Mobil, and Columbia University

In October, a critical report on Exxon Mobil's climate change position appeared in The Los Angeles Times. Now the company is taking on the authors of the report -- Columbia University's journalism school.

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Family, 'Washington Post' Fight For Jason Rezaian's Release From Iranian Prison

It's been 500 days since Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian has been imprisoned in Iran. Steve Inskeep talks to Ali Rezaian, about the efforts to free his brother.
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'Sun-Times' Editorial Board Called For Chicago Police Superintendent's Firing

Steve Inskeep talks to Mary Mitchell, a Chicago Sun-Times columnist, about the firing of the police superintendent, a week after a video showed a white officer shooting a black teenager 16 times.
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ExxonMobil, Columbia University Clash Over Student Journalists' Reports

The students' articles, published by the Los Angeles Times, helped to bring attention to whether the energy firm misled investors and the public about the risks associated with climate change.

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